In momentous times, an exploration of culture and identity.
Lone Wolves explores ideas about agency and representations of identity.
It is an act which foregrounds power, invisibility and hypervisibility. It plays with the invisibility of (often migrant) cleaners in institutional spaces, despite our dependence on them.
It is an act of cleaning, of cleansing, of tribute. A sacred act.
Beginning with a utilitarian uniform which almost erases its wearer, despite the trolley of tools she pushes, the performer cleans, dances and plays with layers of clothing like rejected identities to explore inherited & adopted selves.
The completed work is imagined as one which can be ‘found’ in contexts including festivals, museums, government buildings, and municipal facilities.
Lone Wolves is a Theatre in the Mill seed commission, supported by National Theatre Scotland and The Point
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